Monday, April 06 2009
MAN AND WOMAN
Man cannot and will not grow spiritually to completeness and fullness without having known this expression in its fullest. He must first grow physically, and then attain greater depth. He hungers and thirsts after a spring of pure water, but is unwilling to turn from the impure water long enough to seek and find the pure. Woman, as man's spiritual counterpart to his physical aspect, leads him by first giving compeletely in love, not lust, to his physical nature and thus ensuring a basis or foundation for growth. If woman rejects her role and through ignorance, fear, or lack of understanding fails to feed man completely in the physical dimension of love, she stunts and retards his spiritual growth.
Man is by nature the conqueror, woman the captive. He overcomes; she surrenders. If through misinformation she fails to surrender in complete love, man is thwarted in his desire and it degenerates into lust rather than becoming illuminated through fulfillment and transcended into the more complete relationship of heart and mind.
Woman's capacity for love is by nature instinctively greater than man's, and the role of surrender is more in keeping with the spiritual aspect of love. Therefore, surrender should be complete, free of doubt and fear, bathed in the radiance of perfect giving and filling of man's most basic need. Only then can man realize his greater need of woman and seek out the one so fulfilling him as apart from others. Only then can he release the tension which he is heir to by his physical makep, and in this release accept the greater charge of protection and devotion.
Prior to man's finding his mate, no one woman has loved him completely. Mother love fulfills one side of his nature -- sex another. It is time man learned the meaning of "forsaking all others, leaving father and mother" for in a true mate all is encompassed. To date man still separates sex and the higher qualities of love as apart from one another. But a wise and understanding woman, knowing her role in this, can lead him to the full realization of the truth of the All...if his ego nature will accept her lead.
It is never preparation for another in that if woman fulfills her role in all its essence, man cannot turn from one in whom he finds completion to seek another, even though he may try. Woman should never cheapen or degrade her role by refusing to accept her spiritual responsiblity in a sexual union, while yet being circumspect of contact. It takes a while for man to realize he has a diamond, but he shall, and turn to woman with more love than most women deem men possible of at the moment. Man will not deliberately walk away from life-giving water onto a barren desert with only brackish wetness to quench his thirst. Even if in ignorance he did, he would be forced to return to the life-giving spring or perish.
Man of earth is not stupid. Slumbering, dense, but not stupid. Many are ready to realize the fuller relationship, indeed hungry for it.
This is woman's role. To accept the physical side of man completely and respond to it completely, thereby bringing him to fulfillment. As his mind and heart expand to the finer qualities and responsiblities of the relationship, he can then ascend spiritually until both are lost in the wonder of this relationship as God intended it to be.
Man must first, as woman also, truly love one completely -- body, mind and soul -- before he is ready to love his fellowman or his God with all of himself.
Lansun's note: Since this reception in 1958 progress in birth control methods now frees woman from this very definite concern in a sexual relationship. Use it wisely since Spirit is now helping both man and woman reach their zenith point.
From The Golden Scripts* "The Crux of Life" Chapter 61, Lines 86, 87
I tell you that marriage is not joining of mortal bodies in wedlock, it is spiritual union of similar vibrations far above the wonder that earthly men call sex. Sons and Daughters of Light manifest with an infinitely higher vibratory rate, making it of moment that they be circumspect of contacts: therefore they unite circumspectly. ...verily there are those who have need of great instruction. ...I say they shall have it, from those who spread radiance in that they spread it.
Lansun's comment: I was one of the very fortunate ones included in the original free dispensation of this remarkable book. It was given to me in 1955 when the channel himself handed my friend who was visiting him a copy and said: "This is for Anne" -- although I had never met or written him.